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Morning Catholic must-reads: 04/04/17

A man places flowers in memory of victims of the blast on the St Petersburg metro (Getty)

Archbishop Paolo Pezzi of Moscow has condemned yesterday’s “villainous terrorist act” in St Petersburg.

Catholic priests have reportedly gone into hiding in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Kasaï Province.

Cardinal Raymond Burke has said that he is sympathetic towards those with marital difficulties.

Michael Sean Winters suggests that parts of Cardinal Sarah’s new address on liturgy were “harsh and even foolish”.

Massimo Faggioli says it’s “still too early to draw conclusions” about how Amoris Laetitia is being received.

Mark Langley asks if there’s really such a thing as Catholic music.

And the Russian Orthodox Church will give out 10,000 free Easter eggs at Moscow’s Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.

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